Maybank Offers Prizes Of Up To RM1,000 In Raya Credit Card Campaign
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Maybank is running the Raya 100 – Celebrate Raya With Maybank Cards campaign, where eligible credit cardholders will stand a weekly chance of winning up to RM1,000 worth of Duit Raya cash prizes or assorted vouchers. Already ongoing, this campaign will take place over a period of 5 weeks and is slated to end on 31 May 2021.

Open to all new and existing Maybank credit cardholders, this campaign will allow you to win weekly grand prizes and consolation prizes of up to RM1,000 Duit Raya, as well as Shopee, grocery, and petrol vouchers worth an equal amount. The type of prizes that you get will, however, depend on the type of card that you’ve been using (Visa, MasterCard, or Amex):

Card spend Prize Prize details Weekly winners Total winners for whole campaign
Visa Grand prizes Shopee vouchers worth RM1,000 20 100
Consolation prizes Shopee vouchers worth RM100 200 1,000
MasterCard Grand prizes Grocery vouchers worth RM1,000 20 100
Consolation prizes Petrol vouchers worth RM100 200 1,000
Amex Grand prizes Duit Raya worth RM1,000 20 100
Consolation prizes Duit Raya worth RM100 200 1,000
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If you’re interested in joining this campaign, you will need to first register your participation by sending an SMS (RAYA<space>12-digit NRIC number) to 66628. Once done, you can then begin to earn qualifying entries by spending a minimum amount on selected transactions each week. The spending requirements to gain qualifying entries are listed as below:

Qualifying entries Spending requirements
1x entry Every RM100 single transaction
5x entries Every RM50 spent on the following:

  • Groceries
  • Departmental stores
  • Petrol
  • F&B
  • Contactless transactions
  • All online shopping/food orders (ex: Shopee, Lazada, GrabFood, and FoodPanda)
10x entries New-to-bank principal approved cards

Do note that monthly instalment payments – such as EzyPay, EzyPay Plus, and fund transfers – are not considered as eligible spend. Additionally, split bills and repetitive retail transaction of more than five times from the same merchant in a day will also be disqualified.

Based on the qualifying entries earned, winners will then be selected on a weekly basis via a randomiser programme. You’ll also be happy to hear that each eligible cardholder is allowed to win more than one prize throughout the whole campaign period.

With regard to the delivery of the prizes, those who win the vouchers (Visa and MasterCard spend) can expect to receive their prizes via selected channels within six weeks after the announcement of the winners by Maybank. The announcement will be made on a weekly basis on Maybank’s website. Meanwhile, Duit Raya winners (Amex spend) will receive a confirmation letter or email within six weeks after the end of the campaign, with further details on how to collect their prizes.

To find out more about the Raya 100 – Celebrate Raya With Maybank Cards campaign, head on over to Maybank’s website.

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